By Robert Mitchell LONDON The film and television industries need to learn a new language to fully release the potential of 3D technology and engage with the audience. This was a key argument…
With the heavy push for 4K UHD televisions at the Consumer Electronics Show this week, 3D is getting about as much buzz as the Macarena in the age of Gangnam Style.
While the biz has been buzzing about plans for a new "Star Wars" trilogy, the usually sleepy world of theatrical movie sound has been ramping up for a format war.
The consumer electronics industry is facing a turning point: whether to find a new category of TVs to sell or risk seeing TV research and development efforts become unsupportable.
We're likely to hear a lot about 4K before the end of today – press conference day at CES – but the first couple of sets have already made their debuts. LG has announced a trio of 4K sets, measuring…
Nintendo, which shied away from offering multimedia devices until long after its competitors, is getting more serious about video streaming. The company has announced that its 3DS handheld system and…
Of all the video game publishers, none has been more bullish on 3D than Sony. Most of the company's original titles for the PlayStation 3 this year will be 3D enabled – and the company previously…
Want to play what's likely to be this year's biggest PlayStation 3 game on a big screen? I mean a really big screen? Get thee to the local Cineplex! AMC and Sony have teamed up to let gamers play…
The Nintendo 3DS' biggest selling point may be its biggest weakness. A study unveiled earlier this week at the Variety-sponsored 3D Gaming Summit earlier this week finds that 28 percent of the system'…
The Full HD 3D Glasses Initiative – a joint effort by Samsung, Panasonic and Sony to adopt a new technology standard for active 3D glasses – continues to attract supporters. Philips, Sharp, TCL and…